|Mental health service utilization among Medicare elderly in Tennessee : the effect of race, social class, and comorbidity - Husaini, Baqar A|
Supported by HCFA grant no. 20-C-90705/4
Keywords: Mental health services; Older people; Older African Americans; Elderly poor; Comorbidity; Medicare beneficiaries; Medicare
|[FTR10]EFFTER 300.12 Ep|
New EFFTER's Ep - Contains two special remix from Additive and NeZoomie (Sostanze Records - Italy)
Keywords: EFFTER; Danse Macabre; Industrial; Comorbidity; Noise; Metal; Piano; Remix; Additive; NeZoomie
|Narcissism: Multiple Personality Disorder/Dissociative Identity Disorder? - Sam Vaknin|
In Multiple Personality Disorder (Dissociative Identity Disorder, or DID), the emotions are segregated into personality-like internal constructs ("entities"). The notion of "unique separate multiple whole personalities" is primitive and untrue. DID is a continuum. The inner language breaks down into polyglot chaos. In DID, emotions cannot communicate with each other for fear of provoking overwhelming pain (and its fatal consequences)...
Keywords: multiple personality; personality disorders; dissociation; alters; host personality; false self; true self; narcissism; narcissistic personality disorder; comorbidity
|International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10) - Sam Vaknin|
The ICD10 was revolutionary. It incorporated the outcomes of numerous collaborative studies and programmes, both national and international and included input from the American Psychiatric Association, the publisher of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM), the ICD's equivalent in North America). Consequently, the ICD and the DSM are now broadly similar. But, as opposed to the DSM, the ICD provides two sets of diagnostic criteria for each disorder...
Keywords: dsm; icd; who; united nations; mental health; classification; taxonomy; disorders; diseases; differential diagnoses; comorbidity; international classification of diseases; diagnostic and statistical manual; world health organization; american psychiatric association
|Schizoid and Paranoid Narcissist - Sam Vaknin|
The narcissistic landscape is fraught with contradictions. The narcissist depends on people - but hates and despises them. He wants to control them unconditionally - but is also looking to punish himself savagely. He is terrified of persecution ("persecutory delusions") - but seeks the company of his own "persecutors" compulsively. The narcissist is the victim of incompatible inner dynamics, ruled by numerous vicious circles, pushed and pulled simultaneously by irresistible forces...
Keywords: schizoid; paranoid; narcissist; comorbidity; dsm; diagnoses; personality disorders; dependence; narcissistic supply; grandiosity; contempt; disdain; humiliation; resentment; narcissism; control freak; narcissistic personality disorder
|Lonely, Schizoid Narcissist - Sam Vaknin|
Everything You Need to Know about Narcissists, Psychopaths, and Abuse - click on this link: http://www.narcissistic-abuse.com/faq1.html The narcissistic landscape is fraught with contradictions. The narcissist depends on people - but hates and despises them. He wants to control them unconditionally - but is also looking to punish himself savagely. He is terrified of persecution ("persecutory delusions") - but seeks the company of his own "persecutors" compulsively...
Keywords: narcissist; schizoid; lonely; withdrawal; narcissistic supply; false self; attention; adulation; dependence; rage; envy; resentment; hermit; recluse; narcissism; personality disorders; disappointment; anger; disillusionment; disenchantment; comorbidity; dual diagnosis; substance abuse; mood disorders
|Anxiety, Depression, and Narcissism - Sam Vaknin|
WARNING: This video requires acquaintance with professional terms in psychoanalysis and object relations theories. For a POPULAR TREATMENT of this topic, watch this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b0WKL9oA5XU Click on these links: http://www.narcissistic-abuse.com/faq17.html (about depression) and http://www.narcissistic-abuse.com/journal95.html (sadistic superego) TERM EXPLAINED The Superego ("conscience") is the sum total of ideals and norms passed to us by our parents, teachers, and oth...
Keywords: narcissism; narcissist; mood disorders; personality disorders; narcissistic supply; anxiety; bipolar disorder; aggression; childhood; trauma; sadness; false self; true self; dysphoria; addiction; freud; love object; parenting; authority figures; defiance; stressor; neurosis; comorbidity; psychomotor; hyperactive